The East African Community Medicines Regulatory Harmonization Programme is a regional programme that was launched in March, 2012 in Arusha Tanzania.
The Main objective of the projects is to:
1) Harmonize Medicine registration systems
2) Improve efficiency and enhance transparency in medicines registration among the East African Community Partner States National Medicine Regulatory Authorities with a view to improve access to safe, efficacion and quality essential medicines for the treatment of conditions of public health importance
We work together with EAC Partner States National Medicines Regulatory Authorities and African Medicines Regulation Harmonization Initiative Partners (WHO, BMGF, World Bank, AU NEPAD, DFID, Swissmedic, and other Partners like USAID-KEA, IAVI, AVAREF This is already there Calender and work plans